Color and Light in a Dream Apartment from Budapest

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Color and light in a dream apartment from Budapest

Surely, the designers behind Margeza brand love colors and there is no better proof of this fact than the folowing images that present an apartment from Budapest. Slightly amused, they talk about themselves and their project. We are a couple with an age of 117 years summed up but we are still young inwards. We have five adult children and live at the  Belgian-Luxembourgian border but spend a lot of time in Budapest. The realization of  interior design for apartments is a creative process gratifying for us. We purchased this very unsanitary and dark space in the first phase, but we saw in it an opportunity. Everything was in such a bad state that the interior walls, floors and all facilities had to be removed.”

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The space has been transformed into a dream apartment, in which the dominant white and the natural light return your peace and rest. The white grants the feeling of spaciousness and the flecks give a tone of joy and warmth. For the two owners, functionality is more important than tradition and because they love modern decors, they heavely use colored glass, leds and appliances with low power consumption. The preferred geometric shape is an ellipse that we frequently encounter in decors. The designers claim that they have paid special attention to the bedroom and bathroom because these are the places  where you regenerate after strenuous days. The mistress of the house has designed the bath mat from “dumplings” and the pillows from the house, all being stitched by hand. The apartment conveys forward the joy and love wherewith has been decorated, the flecks give it freshness and make it a lovely home.

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